Quoting Franz Bakan <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Sat, 9 Jun 2001 16:49:54 +0200, Henning Meier-Geinitz wrote:
> >> Configure checks for sys/sem.h, and doesn't find it,
> >> but SnapScan is not disabled.
> >There was a little bug (a comma) in the header test. This should be
> >fixed now. I have also tried to fix the djpeg problem.
> Both things work fine now. Thanks
> The only problems that remain are
> 1. the name of sanei_umax_pp_lamp() function
> in the umax_pp backends should change
> 2. the bug in umax_pp_low.c line 651
> I reported earlier.
I had a go at building sane 2001-06-05 yesterday. Roughly, these were my
1. The new os2unix script is a big improvement over plain old configure.
2. pgcc croaked when trying to compile canon.c, so I switched back to old emx
3. lots of problems with the snapscan USB code, which I simply #defined away
=> I would have thought that the reason for having separate snapscan-scsi.c
and snapscan-usb.c was to have the interfaces cleanly divided between
the two files; there are however several USB references in the SCSI file.
4. Also quite a few problems with umax_pp_low.c. This file does include the emx
header required for the functions to access byte/word input/output, but the body
of the file refers only to the Linux gcc style functions. I think the answer is
to use a few #defines like
#define _insp inb (or whatever).
5. in tools and frontends, I had to edit the Makefiles in order to get omf .exe
files instead of (presumably) a.out files. Perhaps that is a os2unix problem.
After all that, I had scanimage.exe (which did nothing) and the
sane-find-scanners.exe (which did seem to work).
My family are visiting this week, so I probably won't be able to do anything
else for a week or so.
-- Paul Floyd http://paulf.free.fr for those with time to waste What's the point? The sharp thing on the end.
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